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Records and Documents Management

Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

Archive Systems launches sweeping updates to its FileBRIDGE platform

Unified document management vendor FileBRIDGE made a series of announcements this week about its collection of technologies; FileBRIDGE Digital, FileBRIDGE Paper and FileBRIDGE Governance. A handful of new updates and improvements bring a host of tools the company says will "flip the HR time allocation pyramid upside down."

Weighing the pros and cons of e-signatures

A big challenge organizations face when trying to go at least semi-paperless is what to do about getting necessary signatures on documents. The easy answer is to print out the docs, pass them around, and then scan them back into the system for safe-keeping. It may get the job done, but it's hardly efficient.

Spotlight: University of Oregon archivist speaks out against school administration

In a follow up to last week's  Editor's Corner, we have an update on the University of Oregon archivist who was suspended earlier this year over the school's records management fiasco has spoken out. 

Spotlight: NARA formulates government email-management plan

The National Archives and Records Administration has come up with a way to categorize government email for retention or disposal that's based on the pedigree of the sender, not the contents of the message. 

Workiva launches cloud-based tool for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance

Wdesk, Workiva's cloud-based business reporting tool, has a new feature designed to help companies with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Evidence Management for Wdesk allows internal auditing teams to annotate documents for a thorough audit trail.

Medical records management falters under 'cultural challenges'

A Pennsylvania hospital is about to bring a new medical records management system online. It's the first of its kind since the medical facility opened its doors 37 years ago.

Report shows most hospitals meet EHR incentive requirements

A new  report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services reveals that more than 96 percent of large hospitals throughout the United States meet the requirements for the meaningful use of certified health IT systems. 

Spotlight: Clinton's 'single device' claim doesn't hold up

Now the Associated Press is reporting that Clinton used an iPad to check her mail.

John Kerry asks State Department to probe records management practices

Secretary of State John Kerry is asking the State Department to review its records management process and look for ways to improve and streamline its methods.

ONC slams EHR vendors for lack of pricing transparency

The electronic health care incentive program may see changes following a set of regulations proposed last week by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.